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Aug 31, 2015

North Texas Communities Prepare For Dove Season

North Texas Communities Prepare For Dove Season

Dove hunting season in the state's North Zone officially opens on Tuesday, and police are reminding hunters of the guidelines.

Aug 31, 2015

North TX Communities Prepare For Dove Season

North TX Communities Prepare For Dove Season

Dove hunting season in the state's North Zone officially opens on Tuesday, and police are reminding hunters of the guidelines.

Aug 26, 2015

Lewisville Nature Preserve to Get a New Life

Lewisville Nature Preserve to Get a New Life

The LLELA Nature Preserve will now be under joint operation with the City of Lewisville, allowing more people access and more opportunities for the 2,000-plus acre park to thrive.

Aug 21, 2015

4 Texas Parks Still Closed After May Floods

4 Texas Parks Still Closed After May Floods

The Texas Parks & Wildlife Department says four parks remain closed going into Labor Day weekend.

Aug 18, 2015

Grand Prairie to Reopen Parks, Beaches at Joe Pool Lake

Grand Prairie to Reopen Parks, Beaches at Joe Pool Lake

The City of Grand Prairie say water levels from flooding rain earlier this summer have receded enough to allow part of the parks at Joe Pool Lake to reopen.

Aug 12, 2015

Texas Hunting, Fishing Licenses on Sale Saturday

Texas Hunting, Fishing Licenses on Sale Saturday

Sportsmen gearing up for the fall can renew their licenses beginning Saturday.

Aug 7, 2015

Kidd Springs Pool in Danger of Closing

Kidd Springs Pool in Danger of Closing

The Kidd Springs neighborhood faces the possibility of its pool closing as the City of Dallas Aquatics Services undergoes an overhaul.

Aug 7, 2015

Children Fight to Keep Public Pool Open in Oak Cliff

Children Fight to Keep Public Pool Open in Oak Cliff

The Kidd Springs neighborhood faces the possibility of its pool closing as the City of Dallas Aquatics Services undergoes an overhaul of its master plan.

Aug 7, 2015

2 More Medina County Deer Have Chronic Wasting Disease

2 More Medina County Deer Have Chronic Wasting Disease

Two out of 35 deer from a Medina County breeding ranch have tested positive for chronic wasting disease, according to state officials.

Aug 4, 2015

Gulf of Mexico Dead Zone 11th Biggest, Bigger Than Predicted

Gulf of Mexico Dead Zone 11th Biggest, Bigger Than Predicted

Gulf of Mexico dead zone is bigger than predicted and stretches into Texas waters.

Top Stories
600 New Texas Laws Go Into Effect Tuesday

600 New Texas Laws Go Into Effect Tuesday

More than 600 bills become law on Sept. 1, including those ranging from drones and guns at airports to Advanced Placement scores and money for police body cameras.

Fort Worth Boy Sentenced for Beating Dog to Death

Fort Worth Boy Sentenced for Beating Dog to Death

The 11-year-old Fort Worth boy who pleaded guilty to beating his neighbor's dog to death was sentenced in a Tarrant County court Monday.

Teens Accused of Killing Man, Shooting Schoolmate in Face

Teens Accused of Killing Man, Shooting Schoolmate in Face

One person is dead and another is injured after a double shooting Saturday afternoon in southwest Irving.

Toddler Once Paralyzed by West Nile Now Recovering

Toddler Once Paralyzed by West Nile Now Recovering

A North Texas toddler once thought to be paralyzed from West Nile virus is recovering, and his family has a warning for others about the illness.

Clerk's Petition to Withhold Gay Marriage Licenses Denied

Clerk's Petition to Withhold Gay Marriage Licenses Denied

The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled against a Kentucky county clerk who says her Christian faith should exempt her from having to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. The Supreme Court on Monday denied...

Fort Worth Man Abducted at Gunpoint: Police

Fort Worth Man Abducted at Gunpoint: Police

Fort Worth police say a 20-year-old man was kidnapped at gunpoint Sunday morning, and they are asking for the public's help.